The Art of Japanese Gardens evolved from landscaping into a sophisticated art form and aesthetic experience as an important part of Japanese culture. It is based upon a profound respect for nature and the abstract representations of the natural world, which range from dynamic expression to subtle and sensitive forms. The Japanese garden in this context is an extremely sophisticated sense of beauty that embraces Nature in all its forms. Gardens are designed to conceal any form of human interference, which is the height of artifice. It is a retreat and a mind-scape.
• • • We have over 20 years of Japanese Garden designing and building experience, with a total of 50 years of horticultural experience.
Zoen Sekkei-sha + Associates serving North Chicagoland–North Shore area. Contact J. Skuba, principal